Thursday, 28 October 2021 21:21

NETZSCH exhibits at ADIPEC: The long service life of NOTOS® multi screw pumps convinces on the oil field

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NETZSCH Pumps & Systems will be exhibiting at ADIPEC in Abu Dhabi. At this trade fair, NETZSCH will present NOTOS® multi screw pumps. These pumps are designed for the oil and gas sector to handle difficult media. Due to their high suction power, they are suitable for a wide range of applications in this sector.

NOTOS® multiple screw pumps offer high suction power of up to 8 m.a.s.l. They are pumping safely and continuously low to high lubricant fluids, low to high viscosity, shear sensitive, or chemically aggressive media. Therefore they are suitable, for example, for tank emptying.

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Besides that, these pumps show a very low-maintenance effort. They are hydraulically balanced, with low axial force and enable continuous flow without pulsation or turbulence over the long service life. They work quietly and need only a small space for installation.

The NOTOS® Multiple Screw Pumps are available as two screw-, three screw- and four screw pumps. If you have any questions, the NETZSCH team at booth 8850 is looking forward to advising customers.

NETZSCH Pumpen & Systeme GmbH

For over 60 years, NETZSCH Pumps & Systems has served markets worldwide. With NEMO® progressing cavity pumps, TORNADO® rotary lobe pumps, NOTOS® multi screw pumps, grinding machines, barrel emptying systems, dosing technology and accessories, NETZSCH is providing customised, sophisticated solutions for applications in every type of industry. With a workforce of over 2,180 and a turnover of 284 million euros (the financial year 2020), NETZSCH Pumps & Systems is the largest business unit with the highest turnover in the NETZSCH Group alongside NETZSCH Analysing & Testing and NETZSCH Grinding & Dispersing. Our standards are high. We promise our customers "Proven Excellence" - outstanding products and services in all areas. We have shown that we can keep this promise time and again since 1873.
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